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Burbank, CA (PRWEB) January 05, 2012, the world’s largest internships marketplace today announced that it will support the internship search function of the Summer Jobs+ Bank by giving youth access to more than 50,000 summer internship listings from more than 15,000 employers. Working alongside Google, as the co-lead technology partners of the White House in this initiative, will populate the Summer Jobs+ Bank with exciting internship opportunities available on for summer 2012. Employers are able to post on for free and have immediate participation in the program.

“ is honored to have been chosen by the White House for this vital project,” said Robin D. Richards, Chairman & CEO of “As the de facto place for employers to post their internships, is in a privileged position to help the nation’s youth find summer employment.”

According to the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics for November 2011, nearly 1 in 4 of the unemployed are in the 16-24 year old age group. In providing youth with access to employers who are committed to providing summer internships, is helping America’s future workforce take their first critical steps in their career.

Continued Mr. Richards: “Employers are displaying the importance they attach to internships by making available more than double the number this year as last year. Moreover, with seven out of every ten internships turning into full time jobs, it’s clear that providing youth access to internships is one of the best ways to ensure the long term prosperity of the country.”

At launch of Summer Jobs+, will populate the job bank with all summer 2012 internships available in its database and, as more employers post internships, Google will index these new opportunities to help increase the available internships on the job bank. expects to contribute more than 50,000 summer internships in 2012 and will enable any company to post their summer internships on at no cost.

Employers wishing to post internships for free, please visit

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